Theres some big news for the podcast this week, bigger than should you have ribenna in a pint of Guiness. Joining me once again are Barry and Karl from the Mac and Forth show to cast an analytical eye on Apple’s world in the last 7 days. It’s the last in the line of the Rampant Mumblings Podcast but it’s not all bad news…

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In this weeks episode:

  • It’s the last in the line of the Rampant Mumblings Podcast but it’s not all bad news…
  • ‘Apple Watch 2’ expected to feature cellular connectivity, faster ‘S2’ chip
  • iFixit: New MacBook Still Not Open for User Repair – iFixit Link
  • Analysts Talk Apple Ahead of Earnings Call
  • iPhone Will Need Panic Button for India (Kind of)
  • The reactions to the Apple earnings call
  • Bid to dine with Tim Cook
  • Ex-Apple CEO to launch budget phone in the UK next month

Nemos Hardware Store

56:54 – Overcast. Once again John is using the iRig Mic Studio for this weeks recording just to give any budding podcasters out there a real world example of it’s sound quality.  Also John’s taking a look at 3 different but hard wearing iPad cases.

Case for Macbook Air 13-Inch by Urban Armor Gear – URBAN ARMOR GEAR
Rugged Drop-Tested MacBook 12-Inch Case | From UAG – URBAN ARMOR GEAR
TOAST | Real Wood Covers for MacBook | Made in USA

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Karl: Apple Trackpad 2
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